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A Free Gym Designed for Every Type of Community

On the heels of AIA’s newest report about designing better spaces to keep communities active and healthy, a new type of exercise space has been designed. Introducing the National Fitness Campaign’s (NFC) court, designed by NewDealDesign. It’s a low-cost, open-air fitness space that is constructed in factories, then modularly assembled on-site in just half a day. The idea is that any community could set up, customize, or relocate a gym in a public space–without any money at all. Communities can actually request a gym to arrive for free, and locals do not purchase memberships. Learn more about the NFC courts here.

 

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